Portrait

Imagery - Digital or Printed? A guest blog post from Tim and Beverly Walden


Tim and I were watching TV the other night and on the PBS channel, there was a special about the White House Photographers who worked with the last few presidents. They were recounting stories that were the highlights of their years photographing and documenting the president, his family and staff. One part stood out head and shoulders above the rest to us and it fortified our heartfelt belief...

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Learn to Find, See, & Then Follow The Lines For Better Photographs


Today we welcome guest blogger, David Ziser. David is an internationally renown wedding photographer and speaker. His seminar at the Canadian Imaging Convention in Banff was well received and he continues sharing his wealth of knowledge with us today. Take a moment to check out his daily blog and visit his photography website: The Photography of David Ziser, there is a lot of great information...

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Everyone has a story - Shaun Scade, Photographer


This article was written by Shaun Scade, Scade Photography and reprinted here with his permission. Everyone has a story.  This is mine. This past weekend we were at the Exposure Photography Symposium.  We met a lot of great photographers and great people.  The speakers were informative and more so inspiring.  We loved getting to know everyone and hearing their stories.  ...

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How to make your portrait successful


Guide to make your portrait successful

Thanks to PPOC member Mike Guilbault for allowing us to use information from this article on his site. You can find the original on his web site, Mike Guilbault Photography GUIDE TO MAKE YOUR PORTRAIT SUCCESSFUL We would like to give you some suggestions that will make your portrait a success and so you can enjoy the experience. We cannot overemphasize the...

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